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Brand New Nismo Front LSD for Sale

Hey everyone I have something you guys might be interested in. I'm selling a Nismo Front LSD. This unit is a clutch type limited slip for those that are not familiar with it. It is the LSD unit that goes in the transfer case. The unit I'm selling is sold in the States as the LSD for the Nissan Altima 1993-2001. However I'm 99% sure it is the same unit as the old discontinued GTi-R Nismo LSD. From what I've read on the net it doesn't even fit the Altima.

I've got two units. One I'm keeping for myself and the other one I'm putting up for sale. Let me know if you are interested. I'm going to install the unit I'm keeping within the next few weeks, this way I'll be 100% that it fits.
Price is $800 USD + shipping.

Once again this unit is brand new. Get back to me if you are interested.

Pics can be found here: http://s934.photobucket.com/albums/a...2/Nismo%20LSD/

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mighty tempting.....
i am running a b12 4wd rear end and you can swap in a subie lsd into it...not sure if this would work on the gti-r rear but if so the two would make for a killer combo!

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intrested in the diff

if you still have the diff available please give me a call as i am doing a build up of a gtir for track use and am looking for a front diff 954-825-8288
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pirsq what is your time frame? I need to fit this diff into the Gti-r transfer case. I'm thinking that might go down sometime next week. I'd like to do this before I sell somebody the diff so for sure they are going to get something that works.

Also what name am I asking for when I call you up?

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TOOQIK Cusco still makes an LSD for the R. However it is a 1 way design. The old Nismo that was available for the GTi-R was a 2 way design. Are you going to run the Gti-R transmission up front? From my research the GA16's are using a different transfer case than the Gti-R's/Bluebirds/AWD Primeras etc.

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i am running the gtir tranny up front....no ga parts...up front...will be using the rear end as it has the same gear ratio and i know it will hold up as that is the set up that was used in my pulsar(awd-t too) it had an avenir motor with gtir tranny and b12 rear end.
i would like to get lsd in the front and the rear to really help lay the power down and greatly help with traction.

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any update? does it fit??
im very interested in it......

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I'm waiting on the bearing that goes with it. It has to be shipped in from Japan because in the US it was only used on the 1990 Nissan Axxess AWD. I ordered one but its like a 6 to 8 week wait. I'm working on finding an aftermarket equivalent. I'll update you guys. I appologize for the wait. I'm also in school so that takes up most of time during the week.

I"m going to try to see if I can get the bearing through NSK locally. It is an NSK unit #6208. I measured the outer diameter of the shaft where the bearing is mounted on and it matches the 40 mm inner diameter that is listed on the NSK website.

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wise i could get a gtir rear end ....gonna start looking for my subie rear to get lsd in the back half at least......would love to have LSD in the front and rear.....what a terror it would be in the corners and launching!!

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Ok an update for you guys. I've sourced an aftermarket bearing that interchanges with the NSK 6208. I'm going to use an SKF 6208. Since the Nissan piece is going to take a good while to arrive I'm going to go with this for now. If for what ever reason the SKF unit doesn't fit I"ll just go ahead and attempt to install the used bearing that is on the Stock differential. I'm aiming at getting the bearing installed this weekend and then going ahead and installing the Nismo in my transfer case.

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Waiting to see how this turns out

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Well I got the SKF bearing earlier this week. I think I might have got shafted and got a counterfeit. Either that or SKF is just crap compared to the NSK stock bearing. I don't like the play in the SKF also the fact that I'm not 100% that its the bearing that needs to go on there. (There are different manufacturer variations in the 6208 line, *clearances*) so I'm just going to attempt to recycle the stock bearing. It still rolls with no noise or play. I'm taking all the pieces to a transmission shop tomorrow so hopefully everything goes well. I'll update later as to how the Nismo fits into the transfercase.

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Ok So I put the driveshaft tube in. No problems it fits. THe old bearing came off intact, I haven't noticed any extreme play in it after removal so I think it is still in good shape.

THis job isnt so bad if you have the right equipment. I rented a puller from Oreilly's. A vice also comes in handy for removal of the driveshaft tube. Oreilly's loans out a bearing driver set. I'm going to use the driver set to install the old bearing on the Nismo. The driver plates were also useful in removal of the used bearing. I used them to to serve as a base for the puller.

I'll update later today.

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Ok the LSD fits no problems. Upon actually doing this job I learned some things. Having a press will be the easiest way to install the bearing. I had to fight a bit with it just using a ballpeen mallet and the aluminum driver from Oreilly's.

Towards the end I realized that it would be much easier if I just let the driver sink into the LSD. So the handle was pointing into the LSD and the driving plate was sitting on top of the bearing. Luckily the inner diameter of the smaller LSD shaft was much bigger than the diameter of the driver handle. I'm going to test fit some GTi-R front axles just to make sure that the splines go into the Nismo unit, but I don't think there will be a problem.

I've added more pictures to the Photobucket album. So in conclusion yes the Altima Nismo LSD does fit into the GTi-R transfer case.

The link to pictures is on Post #1.

EDIT: A transmission shop isn't really necessary. You can do this on your own with the right tools. I just had the transmission place pop out the driveshaft tube and tap it into the Nismo. I could have done it myself if I had a vice mounted on a bench. If you press in a new bearing this job is even easier as you won't have to go through the trouble of pulling the used bearing.

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Ok I've added driveshaft pictures to the photobucket.

I test fitted on my second lsd. BOth driveshafts have a spline count of 27. The left side shaft (long one) went in partially. I didn't want to tap it in to avoid a removal headache. It does line up and I do feel that it will go in completely with some slight taps with a mallet. The right side (short shaft) went in very smoothly no resistance on that side. The Nismo LSD has two circlips on the inside. I think the long side shaft was being held up by the circlip.

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Tooqikk I sent you a PM.

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Can you reset this LSD for different levels of locking? What kind of diff fluid will you be using?
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^^^Yeah I'm not sure this is a diff where you can adjust the initial torque. Based on this nismo pdf. http://www.nismo.co.jp/en/products/c...f/repair12.pdf . THe repair information talks about the RS365 having some adjustability of the LSD effect however I'm not sure if all the diffs on the pdf are able to have the different plate arrangement.

Also some install and maintenance instructions are listed here.
http://www.nismo.co.jp/en/products/c...d/caution.html

The buyer will have to research what type of oil to use with this. I've never used a Nismo Clutch LSD.

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